Trier - Germany, October, 10th-12th, 2012
10th German Conference on
Multiagent System Technologies
Research and Innovation for a Smarter Society
Paper submissions to MATES-2012 will be handled using the EasyChair system at this link:
Submissions must comply with the following requirements:
Submissions not conforming to the above instructions may be rejected without review.
Please notice that the submission of a paper should be regarded as an undertaking that, should the paper be accepted, at least one of the authors will attend the conference to present the work.
The focus of this year's MATES lies on techniques for enabling societies and organizations to be more inter-connected and collaborative. The doctoral consortium (DC) is one means to enable these goals for the researchers working in the area of intelligent agents or multi-agent systems. It aims to connect researchers, and give especially PhD students a place to present and discuss their ideas and make them work together collaboratively.
The field of intelligent agents and multi-agent systems has become broader in the last years. It has attracted researchers with different backgrounds like game theory, cognitive science, logics, human-computer interaction and business informatics to name only a few. This field has become interdisciplinary in itself. For young researchers who want to enter this field of research, it becomes relevant to have a broader view and a good network within the research community.
The goal of the DC is to bring together and support young researchers with different backgrounds, who are interested in intelligent agents or multi-agent systems. We invite PhD students at all stages of their research. The DC wants to offer a platform for PhD students for presenting and discussing their results, ideas and planed work in a constructive atmosphere.
Moreover, each PhD student will be mentored by an experienced researcher, who will provide detailed feedback and advice to help with their intended research. This often gives valuable external input and provides the opportunity to get in touch with different researchers to grow the personal academic network.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact René Schumann (firstname.lastname@example.org).
How to apply?
Please send the following documents via e-mail to email@example.com